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Teens Terrorized by Demon Caused by Porn Magazine in New Christian Horror Film (Video)

The "The Lock In" is a new Christian horror film in which a demon terrorizes some teens who take a pornographic magazine to an overnight church lock-in as a joke.

According to The Christian Post, parts of movie are supposed to appear as if it were shot by the teens themselves in the handheld jiggly style of "The Blair Witch Project."

A trailer for the film (video below) is being touted by the production company, Holy Moly Pictures, as new "found footage."

"Movies have always been a good medium to highlight social issues. Pornography is a growing epidemic in the church community for men, women, and children with most of the underage victims being exposed in a place thought to be safe," the producers stated in a press release.

The producers, Rich Praytor and Beverly Banks, say the "demon is a metaphor for the true damage pornography can have in the lives of youth."

However, there is no actual porn shown in the film, just a magazine obstructed by a brown paper bag.

"The producers of the film felt that it was important to tell a Christian story about real issues, but to keep the images family friendly so anyone could be entertained without fear of exposure to questionable pictures," says the press release.

"The Lock In" website creates a fictional background in the same way "The Blair Witch Project" did.

"The Lock In" will be released online on Jan. 9, 2014.

Sources: TheLockInMovie.com, PRWeb.com, The Christian Post

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